Composed By, Arranged By, Producer – Vangelis.
Music created by Vangelis. Vangelis Unofficial Site. Blade Runner Blues (7) - Blade Runner Soundtrack. Seventh track from the Blade Runner Soundtrack, by Vangelis. com/watch?v otd3eNaI-Zg. Milva & Vangelis ∻ Ich Hab' Keine Angst (full album remastered). Vangelis - TV SPECIAL - 1989 - RARE INTERVIEW Another version and a a little bit of longer of the Superchannel interview. Vangelis – L'Arbre De Vie - Original Soundtrack Of The Frédéric Rossif Documentary (Unofficial Release).
Opéra sauvage is a soundtrack album by the Greek electronic composer Vangelis, released in 1979. It is the score for the nature documentary of the same title by French filmmaker Frédéric Rossif. It is considered as one of Vangelis' best albums, and it is his second most successful album in the USA. Vangelis produced this album during his electro-acoustic period, which was one of the most productive in his musical career.
This album was released in 2013 year. Format of the release is. CDr, Album. Light & Shadow - The Best Of Vangelis.
sauvage et beau by frédéric rossif, frederic rossif Frédéric Rossif February 16, 1922 – April 18, 1990 was a French film and television director who specialized primarily in documentaries, frequently using archive footage Rossif's common themes included wildlife, 20th-century history and contemporary artists He frequently collaborated with notable composers Maurice Jarre and Vangelis. 1981, L'Arbre de vie, about Vangelis. 1983, Pour la musique.
Side One of the original LP sounds somewhat like his later solo work (this is one of his first post-Aphrodite's Child releases), with some gently- flowing electric piano, and even some laid-back trumpet(!). Side Two consists of two long drone pieces which pre-date the whole "New Age" drone genre (think Brian Eno, Steve Roach and a host of other "Music From the Hearts of Space" artists) by more than ten years. It's a soundtrack to a Frederic Rossif film of the same name, a film I know absolutely nothing about, sadly. An extremely early Vangelis solo album - it was actually recorded in 1970 for a wildlife documentary on French television - L'Apocalypse shows Vangelis's talents already fantastically developed.
In 1980 Rossif directed a documentary dedicated to Vangelis, called L'Arbre de vie. Rossif died in 1990 and was buried in the Cimetière du Montparnasse in Paris. Wildlife: La Vie des animaux (TV series broadcast during the 1950s, producer). Nos amis les bêtes (TV series broadcast during the 1950s, producer).
The album's music accompanied a documentary series about the animal kingdom directed by Frédéric Rossif that was first broadcasted on French TV in 1970. Overview This album is one of Vangelis' earliest works, recorded whilst still a member of progressive rock band Aphrodite's Child. It also marks the first time that he collaborated with French director Frédéric Rossif on soundtracks relating to his TV documentary programmes. La Petite Fille de la mer appeared on the soundtrack of Stranger than Fiction, and although it was heard in episodes of the Japanese drama "Watashitachi no Kyokasho" (Our Textbook), the song was not included on its soundtrack. The track La Petite Fille de la mer features prominently in Slava Polunin's world-famous stage production, Slava's Snowshow. The TV Documentary The series consisted of six episodes, each lasting 50 minutes
Suitably grand in scale and far-reaching in its scope, this soundtrack is the first new music from Vangelis since 1990's The City. 1492 stands up well next to Vangelis's classic Chariots of Fire, due to his innate ability to get right inside the material and provide an integral part of the film itself. Vangelis succeeds in capturing the 15th-century mood, mixing rich choral portions with modern elements, and portraying the larger than life character of Columbus, complete with full-range, dynamic sound.